Pi Day Results

Pi -Day Winners!We want to thank all the students who participated in the Pi-Day activities. There were a lot of correct answers to the Pi-Day challenge question so we placed all the names in a bag and Mr. Hopkins drew the winners.The winners of the Pi-Day challenge question are as follows: Again we want to… Continue reading Pi Day Results

Math League

Congratulations go out to all of our students who participated in yesterday’s Math League competition. It was wonderful to see you working together and tackling some pretty challenging math problems. Our Team Alpha placed first out of the 25 teams participating. So special congratulations go to Sheza, Claire, Abbey, and Alpita for this accomplishment. We… Continue reading Math League

Parent-Teacher Interviews

The virtual report cards will be available through PowerSchool on Friday, March 17th. If you would like to book a parent-teacher interview, either in-person or virtual, you will have to make an appointment through the OPTIS scheduling system. These interviews will be on Thursday, March 23rd from 12:30pm to 6:00pm. The OPTIS system will be… Continue reading Parent-Teacher Interviews

Upcoming Cancelled Practices

The grade 7 Boys Provincial “A” Basketball Tournament was cancelled earlier this year and is rescheduled for this weekend at MDJH. In order to make this tournament happen games have to be scheduled for Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.  This means that all practices beginning at 2:30pm on Thursday, March 16th until 3pm on Sunday, March 19th are… Continue reading Upcoming Cancelled Practices

Canadian Parents for French Public Speaking Contest

It is said that one of our biggest fears is public speaking. And what’s the best way to get over our fears and become more resilient and confident? By facing them head-on! This longstanding public-speaking contest is open to youth who are learning French in school. It’s a great way to celebrate their many hours… Continue reading Canadian Parents for French Public Speaking Contest

Celebrating Student Success – Lauren W.

Lauren received a Royal Conservatory gold medal for top grade in Level 1 flute exam in 2022. She then played in the recital for excellence in Halifax with other gold medal winners. If you know of a student you think is deserving of recognition, fill out our form by clicking here.

Celebrating Student Success – Austyn B

Austyn and her team competed in the U16 curling provincials in Gander back in February. They took home the silver medal after a very close final game. Austyn plays second position for her team, Team Gushue. If you know of a student you think is deserving of recognition, fill out our form by clicking here.

MDJH Success Stories

Here at Macdonald Drive, we always strive to acknowledge and celebrate when our students have done something special, whether that has been with something school related, or outside of school. It might be winning an award, taking part in a competition or event, or performing in a movie, play or recital. Maybe a student has… Continue reading MDJH Success Stories